Apple created the iPod classic and iPod shuffle from?

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It already been mentioned that on the begining of September Apple&#a hundred and sixty;could also be taking into account strikes to take the iPod basic from their cabinets.The website&#a hundred and sixty;TUAW&#one hundred sixty;has now reinforced additional and this rumor claims that Apple's iPod basic and iPod shuffle not need to proceed producing.

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Although the iPod Classic this year, the tenth anniversary and has many similarities with the original iPod has, Apple will set the unit this year.The iPod shuffle will be affected, since the iPod nano has the same form factor and features a multi-touch display.Both models would therefore iPod touch and iPod nano to be replaced, so that would move the iPod touch more in the foreground, and probably this year with the white color option available to offer.The iPad nano would be at the same time the entry-level iPod and probably a few bucks cheaper.

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This makes the sales figures over the other devices from Apple since last years go down, this would be a logical conclusion of Apple.Apple would have to still have two iPods in their range and could provide enough music lovers satisfied.Most Apple users are likely to be in possession of an iPhone's iPod and therefore have no interest in running.However, Apple should replace the two outgoing models adequately and offer other models Affordable.In addition, Apple shou
ld equip the iPod Touch with a bigger hard drive in order not to scare off prospective iPod classic.

It will be exciting to imagine what new devices will Apple on Tuesday next to the iPhone fifthWe will of course inform you about news and provide a live blog.

 

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